A generous act of compassion from the Baptist community has offered to pay for the funeral expenses of the Sutherland Springs shooting victims. 26 people were killed in cold blood who were attending a sermon at the Sutherland Springs Baptist Church by an armor-clad 26-year-old dishonorably discharged Air Force cadet.
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The shooting left 20 others injured but ended when a local citizen chased after the shooter with an AR-15 weapon of his own eventually striking the gunman in between his body armor. The wound caused him to slowly bleed out during an ensuing 8-mile chase and he eventually crashed. The authoritative believe he ended his own life at the end, by the time authorities arrive he was dead.
The North American Mission Board (NAMB) are offering to pay for the funeral expenses for the victims. The offer was made on behalf of the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. Police are still unsure of what caused the shooter to murder all those innocent people, only that it may have stemmed from a "domestic situation."
A community prayer gathering is scheduled for November 8 at 7 p.m. near the Floresville High School.
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